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Raymond Barrett

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Raymond Barrett

(1927 – 2009)

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Raymond Barrett

Raymond Barrett
(1927 – 2009)

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Raymond Barrett

(1927 – 2009)
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This is an online obituary in memory of Ray Barrett. Raymond Charles "Ray" Barrett was an Australian actor. He was one of the more popular leading men on British television in the 1960s, where he was best known for his appearances in The Troubleshooters. Back in Australia he was a leading man in many TV series over the decades. He was also the voice of a number of characters in Gerry Anderson marionette series: he voiced Commander Shore and Titan in Stingray, and later was John Tracy, The Hood and many of the extra characters in Thunderbirds. He appeared as a murderer in the Doctor Who serial "The Rescue" in 1965. Barrett died, aged 82, at Gold Coast Hospital in Southport after suffering a brain haemorrhage. This
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This is an online obituary in memory of Ray Barrett. Raymond Charles "Ray" Barrett was an Australian actor. He was one of the more popular leading men on British television in the 1960s, where he was best known for his appearances in The Troubleshooters. Back in Australia he was a leading man in many TV series over the decades. He was also the voice of a number of characters in Gerry Anderson marionette series: he voiced Commander Shore and Titan in Stingray, and later was John Tracy, The Hood and many of the extra characters in Thunderbirds. He appeared as a murderer in the Doctor Who serial "The Rescue" in 1965. Barrett died, aged 82, at Gold Coast Hospital in Southport after suffering a brain haemorrhage. This...

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